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Craft Your Future Makeathon Aftermovie

2 June 2021

An aftermovie for our Craft Your Future Makethon workshop! No words can describe how joyful it was!

Gigin’ Policy Kick-off aftermovie

31 May 2021

Check out our recent project, Giggin’ Policy and the aftermovie for our first kick-off meeting.

PoVE Water Newsletter is here!

9 April 2021

The latest version of the newsletter for the PoVE project is available now!

C-MAP Training Session

3 February 2021

All the partners of C-MAP have had an online training workshop 3-day session (January 25th to January 27th, 2021) hosted by the partner in UK (Exponential Training). All the partners, including LHF, had a chance to know more about the C-MAP coaching method as well as other tips & advices from the speaker.

Capture The Flag/ “What The Hack” project

29 January 2021

“Capture the Flag” competition for students who are interested in cyber security!

PROGRAM project: Teacher Training Event

26 January 2021

Find out how the event “Teacher Training” went and enjoy the after-movie of it!

Participating in the event ‘‘Water and beyond – EU transformative approaches for international partnerships’’

14 January 2021

Join us in the 4-day digital event hosted by the Government of Slovenia!

Craft Your Future/ Corona Challenge

A fun and interactive projects for both Dutch and international students to work on during the pandemic time!

LHF to take part in new Erasmus+ project about electric vehicles

11 November 2020

During the 24-month project starting in October 2019, training materials will be developed on the installation and maintenance of electric vehicle chargers.

C-MAP project kicks off in Ireland

9 October 2020

A kick-off transnational partners’ meeting took part under the project Coaching Maps – C-MAP in the Institute Technology Tralee, Ireland on 12 January 2020.

PROGRAM project: Guide of Good Practices

17 January 2020

The guide of good practices has been created to inspire educators across Europe as to how they can use makerspaces to promote skills and reach young people who are at risk of dropping out of education and becoming NEET.